Happy Heating & Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘heater installation’

Furnaces: The Fast and Affordable Heater

Monday, November 26th, 2018

furnaceFiguring out what kind of heater to install isn’t always easy with so many options to choose from. Boilers, heat pumps, radiant heating… And we understand that some homeowners aren’t really interested in all of the options. When we hear that, we know that they’re really saying is they want something affordable, easy, and fast.

If this sounds like you, then look no further than the furnace. Furnaces are perhaps one of the most popular heaters in the nation—and it has been that way for decades. Down below, we’ll explain some reasons for why that might be.

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Is Radiant Heating Right for You?

Monday, November 12th, 2018

in-floor-heatingRadiant energy is a phenomenon we feel daily. You can feel it from the warmth of the sun, from a hot cup of coffee, or even the sidewalk on a hot day. As you know from those examples, radiant energy can give you a warmth that you experience in nature every day. It’s a world of difference from forced-air heaters, which just blows hot air around the room through a more artificial process.

Heating systems that use radiant energy are called radiant heating systems. While these heaters truly are something special, we want to make sure they’re right for you. We’ll explain what we mean down below.

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Three Heating Options Explained

Monday, October 29th, 2018

gas-burnersThere are several different heating options available, and they all heat your home through different methods and with different fuel sources. So when you’re trying to find the heating system that will work best for you, doesn’t that just make it all the more complicated? After all, you’ll be using that heating system for the next 15 years!

Sorry, we’re not trying to overwhelm you. But these are the questions you should be asking yourself months—possibly years—before installing a new heater. Installing a heater at the last minute isn’t a safe strategy. But don’t worry, we’ll go over some of your options below.

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